- The Toledo Rockets have -110 odds to cover the 10-point spread against the Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders.
- The total for the game is set at 50.5 points with a -110 betting line on both sides.
NASSAU, Bahamas – The 2021 Bahamas Bowl is set to be between the Toledo Rockets and Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders.
Betting The Spread: Toledo -10
Toledo will take the field as sizable favorites according to the online sportsbooks as they seemingly are a mismatch for their opponent, Middle Tennessee State. However, it seems as if the sportsbooks may actually be low-balling the difference between these two teams.
MTSU vs Toledo Spread Odds
- Toledo Rockets -10 -110
- MTSU Blue Raiders +10 -110
Although the Rockets enter this game with a 7-5 record, the team could’ve easily gone 11-1 as they had four losses by a combined 11 points including a three-point loss to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. When MTSU loses, they lose big with four of their six losses coming by double-digits this season.
Conversely, all seven of Toledo’s wins came by 10 or more points, showing that this is definitely not too large a number for the Rockets. Toledo went 8-4 ATS during the regular season and it’s likely they improve that number once again on Friday.
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Betting The Total: 50.5 Points
Both teams are no strangers to being in high-scoring games. Toledo averages 34.2 points per game while the Blue Raiders averaged 29.8 points per game themselves. College football betting sites have set the total at what seems to be an easily achievable number.
Toledo vs MTSU Total Odds
- OVER 50.5 -110
- UNDER 50.5 -110
The Rockets' average total was 55.2 points per game and seven of their 12 games went OVER the set number while MTSU averaged 55.6 points per game and also saw seven of their 12 games have at least 51 points.
Toledo closed the season averaging 45.5 points per game in their final four weeks and that offense will likely be the driving force behind this game going OVER. ESPN will have coverage of the game starting at noon p.m. EST on Friday.
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